Diary, June 1667

Author: Samuel Pepys
Published: 1667
Language: English
Wordcount: 24,696 / 70 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 60.7
LoC Category: CT
Downloads: 765
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Genre: Biography
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it sometimes when my mind is upon pleasure. So home late to supper and to bed.


2nd (Lord's day). Up betimes, and down to my chamber without trimming myself, or putting on clean linen, thinking only to keep to my chamber and do business to-day, but when I come there I find that without being shaved I am not fully awake, nor ready to settle to business, and so was fain to go up again and dress myself, which I did, and so down to my chamber, and fell roundly to business, and did to my satisfaction by dinner go far in the drawing up a state of my accounts of Tangier for the new Lords Commissioners. So to dinner, and then to my business again all the afternoon close, when Creed come to visit me, but I did put him off, and to my business, till anon I did make an end, and wrote it fair with a letter to the Lords to accompany my accounts, which I think will be so much satisfaction and so soon done (their order for my doing it being dated but May 30) as they will not find from any hand else. Being weary an

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